DeSales students refurbish Gallopalooza horse

DeSales students Landon Sinex, left, and Jackson Trip painted a Gallopalooza horse for UofL’s Peace Hospital. (Photo Special to The Record)

A group of DeSales High School art students have refurbished a Gallopalooza horse for UofL Health’s Peace Hospital.

DeSales also students helped to install and unveil the “Peace Horse” May 9 at the Newburg Road hospital, which offers behavioral health services. 

Andrea Lewis, who serves as Peace Hospital’s CEO, said the horse is meant to give hope to some 200 patients who seek care at the hospital daily. The students also refurbished a horse for UofL Health – Mary & Elizabeth Hospital last year.

Following the installation and unveiling, art teacher Gaynor McAnally and DeSales High School students Landon Sinex, from left, Joshua Bramer, Jackson Trip and Jacob Strauss were photographed with the “Peace Horse” in front of UofL Health Peace Hospital May 9. (Photo Special to The Record)
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